Hi,
I was curious how does one implement a multiplication gate between two vectors? Here what I mean is suppose one has
(1,2,3,4)*(1,0,0,1) = (1,0,0,4)
Any idea as to how I can do that?
Thanks in advance!
Hi,
I was curious how does one implement a multiplication gate between two vectors? Here what I mean is suppose one has
(1,2,3,4)*(1,0,0,1) = (1,0,0,4)
Any idea as to how I can do that?
Thanks in advance!
Same as for any other type, which is to say, by providing an impl std::ops::Add for MyMathVector
.
So you are saying, I can use something like, std::ops::MulAssign
?
The thing is, I kind of need to use the function mul
from bellman/num.rs at main · zkcrypto/bellman · GitHub
I just don't understand the way to write it, I am getting quite a few errors.
Any help will be great.
Thanks in advance!
What errors are you getting from what code?
Hi, sorry for being so late.
But here is the code I am trying to implement.
fn multiply<Scalar: PrimeField, CS: ConstraintSystem<Scalar>>(
mut cs: CS,
a: &[Boolean], r: &[Boolean]
) > Result<Vec<Boolean>, SynthesisError> {
// Flip endianness of each input byte
let input_1: Vec<_> = a
.chunks(8)
.map(c c.iter().rev())
.flatten()
.cloned()
.collect();
let input_2: Vec<_> = r
.chunks(8)
.map(c c.iter().rev())
.flatten()
.cloned()
.collect();
let mid = input_1.iter().zip(input_2)
.map((x, y) &x.mul(&mut cs, &x, &y))
.collect::<Result<Vec<Scalar>, SynthesisError>>()?;
let res = mid.into_iter().enumerate().map((i, b) {AllocatedBit::alloc(cs.namespace( format!("a bit {}", i)), b)
})// Convert the AllocatedBits into Booleans
.map(b b.map(Boolean::from))
.collect::<Result<Vec<_>, _>>()?;
Ok(res
//Ok(mid
.chunks(8)
.map(c c.iter().rev())
.flatten()
.cloned()
.collect())
}
The errors I get are
error[E0599]: no method named `mul` found for reference `&Boolean` in the current scope
> src/main.rs:84:22

84  .map((x, y) &x.mul(&mut cs, &x, &y))
 ^^^ method not found in `&Boolean`
error[E0308]: mismatched types
> src/main.rs:87:118

66  fn multiply<Scalar: PrimeField, CS: ConstraintSystem<Scalar>>(
  this type parameter
...
87  let res = mid.into_iter().enumerate().map((i, b) {AllocatedBit::alloc(cs.namespace( format!("a bit {}", i)), b)
 ^ expected enum `Option`, found type parameter `Scalar`

= note: expected enum `Option<bool>`
found type parameter `Scalar`
error: aborting due to 2 previous errors; 4 warnings emitted
I want to use the public function mul
in bellman/num.rs at main · zkcrypto/bellman · GitHub to multiply two vectors such that (3,3,3,3)*(0,1,0,1) = (0,3,0,3)
I just don't actually know how exactly I should write it.
Thanks in advance!
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